610 Broadway

2005 | New York, NY

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  • Houston facadePhoto: Eric Laignel
  • Corner of Houston & BroadwayPhoto: Eric Laignel
  • Broadway facadePhoto: Eric Laignel
  • Exterior elevatorsPhoto: Eric Laignel
  • SoHo contextPhoto: Eric Laignel
610 Broadway was designed as a contemporary counterpoint to the classic cast iron buildings in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood. The six-story building includes street-level retail space and office space above a three-level parking garage.

The buildings corner location and glass curtainwall facade allow natural light deep into the 10,000 sf loft-sized floorplates. External glass elevators create movement along the façade, and the opaque Houston Street elevation provides space for urban-scale advertising. The building’s mass responds to its corner site by curving gently along Houston Street towards Broadway.

Notable tenants such as Adidas and Fredrick Fekkai now occupy this 100% leased property.

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